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Travel Accommodation and Booking 



Postal Booking opens April 3 

Until further notice, booking will be by POST ONLY, 
and to facilitate the booking procedure all applications 
for tickets should be made on the Ticket Order Form 
enclosed with this brochure. 

Requests for ticket reservations and accommodation may 
be made to the festival office, synod hall, castle 

TERBACE, EDINBURGH, 1. 

Arrangements for ticket reservations, travel facilities, 
tours, and accommodation can be made through the 
undernoted official agents and their branches throughout 
the world: — 

thos. cook & son, ltd., Berkeley Street, London, W. 1. 
dean * dawson, ltd., 14 Bolton Street, Piccadilly, 

London, W. 1. 
the American express co. inc., 6 Haymarket, London. 

Ticket Booking Agents for Britain 

LONDON CENTRAL BOOKING OFFICE (dEAN & DAWSON LTD.), 

23 Baker Street, London, W. 1. 
john g. mubdoch & co., ltd., 461-463 Oxford Street, 

London, W. 1. 
keith phowse & co., ltd., 159 New Bond Street, London, 

W. 1. 
j; d. cuthbertson it co., 226 Sauchiehall Street, 

Glasgow. 
paterson, sons & co., ltd. (glasgow), 152 Buchanan 

Street, Glasgow. 
paterson, sons & co., ltd., 27 George Street, Edinburgh. 
methven simpson, ltd., 83a Princes Street, Edinburgh. 
rae macintosh & co., ltd., 39 George Street, Edinburgh. 
sir henry lunn, ltd., c/o jenners ltd., Princes Street, 

Edinburgh. 
mackay bros. & co., 33 Hanover Street, Edinburgh. 

Other Festival Information Centres 

British travel association, 336 Madison Avenue, New 

York, U.S.A. 
British travel association, 372 Bay Street, Toronto, 

and 410 Dominion Square Building, Montreal, 

Canada. 
travel association, Information Centre, 66 Whitcomb 

Street, Leicester Square, London, W.C.2. 
Scottish tourist board, 20 York Place, Edinburgh 1. 

Transport Facilities 

For the convenience of visitors late trains will be run 
between Edinburgh and Glasgow, and Edinburgh and 
Dundee. Bus connections to Stirling and intermediate 
points will be provided. Late bus services will be operated 
from Edinburgh to the surrounding districts. Details 
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2,. Accepted jurisdiction over Irish Claim to 
Independence. 

(Foreign Relations Committee Hearing, Dec. 11, 1918.) 

3. Recognised Independence of Irish Re- 
public and Intervened to secure Recog- 
nition by the Paris Tribunal of Nations. 

(House Resolution. March 4, 1919.) 
(Senate Resolution, June 6, 1919.) 

4. Senate in Executive capacity reaffirmed 
its legislative act by incorporating in the 
International Peace Treaty Reservations 
concerning Irish Independence. 

(March 18, 1920.) 



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THE SINN FEIN OATH 

Tract No. 10. * iri ' 

by theHotv 'iji % Alm A % M y God, by all in heaven and i 

Holy Beads, by the Holy and I B& AV^' X"^ ^^ and 

our Holy National Martyrs to Eh M.^n " ?■ *" a ° es and °y 
fields of Red Gore oftK n „T,r J ™ e Ai' Wadin * in the 
Glorious Cause of Nationality anPf""' ^ Murderers of the 
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